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After nine enthusiastic seasons, Alfa Revival Cup organisers have announced the calendar for 2021.  “We have tried really hard to put together a calendar and have managed to finalise what until few weeks ago seemed impossible,” said series organiser, Tommaso Gelmini.   Traditionally run in close collaboration with Gruppo Peroni Race, which has hosted many of the Alfa Revival races from the beginning, early season events in Italy are already being postponed, and the decision has been taken to start as late as possible, with the first race at Monza on 29-30 May.  This will be followed by race at Misano on 19-20 June and Vallelunga in mid-July.   After the summer break, the Alfa Romeo drivers will gather again on September 11-12 in the newly renovated and extended circuit of Adria, while the fifth and final round of the series will again be at Monza on October 2-3.  For Alfa Romeos up to 1981, the regulations will remain unchanged.   There will be a test day in April at the newly-extended Varano de’ Melegari circuit where all confirmed Monza entrants will be invited. 

See www.alfarevivalcup.it for more details.

See the Historic Motor Racing News website for a full calendar of this and other European racing series.